Welcome to Uhrig
UHRIG Street Construction and Underground Engineering UHRIG Canal Engineering
UHRIG GmbH, with headquarters in Geisingen, Germany, has been among the most innovative construction companies in Germany since 1962, specialising in canal engineering, pipe technology and municipal sewage network management. It is divided today into the UHRIG Street Construction and Underground Engineering with plant construction and network management, as well as in the UHRIG Canal Engineering with the product divisions Quick-Lock and Therm-Liner.
- Underground Engineering is the Foundation of our Experience
According to our good origin, we come from underground and street construction, where we can show more than 45 years of experience. This benefits us in our core expertise, canal construction. Since we deliver a complete service solution from excavation, via pipe bedding all the way to new street surfaces which we finalise perfectly to the last top layer.
- Plant Construction
It is the many practical details from all the fields of activity of underground engineering and canalisation, the different special tricks that we constantly learn from daily work, in order to solve newly appearing problems as the situations require. Exactly this experience, of soon to be fifty years, around and in canalisation, has flowed into UHRIG Plant Construction, for which an in-house team has long worked
- Highest Efficiency in Canal Rehabilitation
Quick-Lock is the only partial, infinitely variable rehabilitation system working on the basis of compression. It was developed 12 years ago by UHRIG Canal Engineering GmbH. Today it has matured into a highly efficient system with an intelligent offset procedure and using robot technology.
- Our Innovations are Directed at Sewage Management
For two decades water management has been working on the enormous heat potential that lies in the sewage canals. The innovative contribution from UHRIG is the Therm-Liner system with its economically and ecologically sensible technology of canal-bound heat exchangers. They use the domestic and trade sewage as a source of warmth to heat buildings.